Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-04-16

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Accounting jobs are in high demand—many pay over $100,000 and can be done from home

More companies are increasing entry-level salaries for finance and accounting roles and offering referral bonuses to attract talent.

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New 2023 K-1 instructions stir the CAMT pot for partnerships and corporations

The IRS threw a late curveball at tax professionals scrambling to meet the April 15 deadline.

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AI Integration Surges Across Top Business Schools

The Wharton School. Duke University. Columbia Business School. The University of Pennsylvania. American University. Northwestern. All are immersing their students in AI, and the students are eating it up. According to the Wall Street Journal, American University’s Kogod School of Business is making an exceptional push, embedding AI into every aspect of the undergraduate curriculum, […]

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Tech news: CohnReznick launches digital advisory practice

Plus, DataSnipper releases new suites for cloud collaboration, data extraction; and other accounting tech updates.

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Where Did All the Accountants Go?

An accounting shortage is forcing firms and academic institutions to rethink the fundamentals of the profession.

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